Building the Business Case for Corporate Community Involvement
Corporate community involvement is the power to bring positive, measurable change to both the communities in which you operate and to your business. Community involvement examples include in-kind and financial donations, employee volunteer days, enduring nonprofit partnerships, and more. The business case for corporate community involvement has never been stronger.
This presentation will share how companies are using their corporate community involvement to: provide positive returns to local nonprofits and neighborhoods, boost company performance indicators, such as reputation and employee engagement, foster a workplace culture that deepens employee commitment and build enduring relationships in the communities within which they do business, a quality that benefits both companies and communities alike.
Registration and continental breakfast to begin at 8 a.m., program to begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. with our presenter, Colleen Olphert, Director of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship.